St. George California Agricole Rum 750ml

SKU #1059780

Our beloved Bay Area distillery St. George has once again raised the bar for quality craft spirits with their new agricole rum. Made from freshly-squeezed sugar cane juice harvested from California's Inland Empire, this is the perfect ingredient for your Cuba Libre. All you need is simple syrup, lime and a little soda water for a fantastic cocktail. Available for a limited time only.

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By: Melissa Smith |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 8/20/2013  | Send Email
Bonkers. I've acquired somewhat of a taste for Agricole rum since their first batch, and I think as far as Agricoles go they knocked this one out of the park. You get the molasses scent with corn kernels...unless you know what you're getting into don't dive head into an Agricole style rum. If you do, grab a bottle before they run out, toss it in a glass with a couple of ice cubes, some cane syrup, and half a lime.

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United States

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